Mayor Harrison, after watch
ing the McFarland-Briito.n fight
in New York last night, said he
favored properly supervised mills
in Chicago. Gov. Dunne was not
at the ringside.
Chicago gave Wisconsin its
first basketball defeat of the" Con
ference season. Score. 23 to 10.-
Chapman, the young catcher
secured" by Cincinnati in the
Tinker deal, is getting plenty of
work from the ned Red boss: Joe
believes he has uncovered a relia
ble prop for his weakest position.
Ray Collinses signed his con
tract, with the Boston Red Sox.
Yesterday the southpaw was one
of the men who would "never
sign," according to his own state
jpjrank Chance lined his players
up in, two squads at Bermuda to
day, and staged the first practice
game. Owner Farrell arrived in
Jim Thorpe's press " agent is
back on the job. The-Tndian has
been put back on the first squad
by Manager McGraw, and has
"cinched a place in the Giants'
Charles Victory Faust was an-i
other gmk who cinched a place
with the Giants.
Cleveland regulars walloped
the yanigans, 5 to 1. The recruits
pulled off a triples play. Terry
Turner is cavorting around the
third sack like a youngster.
Red'Dooin is using his veteran
pitchers in the practice battles.
Seaton, Brennan and Chalmers
are performing: daily. Alexander
is still on the sick list.
Timmv Callahan and Kid Glea-
son guarded- Re men as carefully
as Tom Sharkey 'does his coin and
were quick tQ;hnd.and correct
faults. Gleason has been invalu
able on thisitrip. 'He. knows a
budding" youngster when he sees,
Kid ? Gleason.
him, and. is paying particular at
tention' to some of the recruits
under his wing with the second
squad. Cal has instructed him to
give Sylvester and Berger all the
chance possibtevand send them to
the reguiars' if they show 'the
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